A pregnant woman can get chlamydia by sexual intercourse. Chlamydia can be treated with a single dose of azithromycin.
Azithromycin is a first-choice treatment for chlamydia. Amoxicillin is used only on pregnant women unable to take azithromycin.
Amoxicillin is not usually used for chlamydia except in pregnant women who can't take azithromycin. The medication is taken for seven days, and the infection is gone at the end of that week.
Most women can get pregnant even if they had chlamydia for a long time. Some women will experience infertility or ectopic pregnancy after chlamydia. (see related question).
An estimated 200,000 are infected with chlamydia--caused by Chlamydia trachomatis.
No; vitamins will not cure chlamydia.
No, acidophilus can not cure chlamydia.
No, sulfamethoxazole does not cure chlamydia.
Chlamydia is an infection spread by sex. It's not a sign of pregnancy, although pregnant women can have chlamydia.
Esomeprazole is not an antibiotic, and it does not cure chlamydia.
Diphenhydramine is an antihistamine. It is not an antibiotic. It will not cure chlamydia.
Penicillin will not cure chlamydia or trichonomiasis.
No, you need antibiotics to cure chlamydia, not steroids.